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How to spot burnout

Building stronger students: FSU launches resilience project

As Florida State University prepares to welcome more than 6,000 freshmen this fall, the university is offering a new online tool to help students adjust to campus, improve mental health, increase resilience and reduce stress.

The “Student Resilience Project” is an online, evidence-informed trauma resilience training tool developed by the Institute for Family Violence Studies at the FSU College of Social Work. The institute began to roll out the tool with a soft launch 1st August 2018.

This fall, the institute will fully launch the training, which will be required for all of FSU’s incoming freshmen and transfer students…


How to spot burnout

There are several tell-tale signs of an approaching burnout, which is defined as a syndrome of emotional exhaustion, personal detachment and reduced personal accomplishment.

However, very few people recognise the symptoms, or act on them when they do recognise them. Burnout has a devastating effect because when left unchecked it can destroy careers, health and relationships…


This life skill is more vital to your happiness than any other


Permanence, perseverance and persistence in spite of all obstacles, discouragements and impossibilities: It is this, that in all things distinguishes the strong soul from the weak. — Thomas Carlyle

Here’s a harsh life truth that you’ll never hear in your formative years — there is a very high probability you will not discover what you truly want to do when you’re young. The life you want — the one that will bring you equanimity, joy and splendor — will reveal itself to you gradually throughout the course of your life.

This test of time will occasionally be glorious, and it will also challenge you to your core. Your quest to find yourself will lead you into hobbies, schools, jobs and relationships you couldn’t have imagined when you were young…

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